Food Tours

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    Taste Newburyport Food Tour

    Cape Ann Foodie Tours
    What's up in Newburyport, MA? Settled in 1635, Newburyport's one of the oldest cities in the country, embodying the charm New England offers. On this walking food tour, you'll stroll through Newburyport's downtown, sampling foods from local vendors. Taste the most delicious chowder of your life. Sample an assortment of olive oils. Along the way, you will even learn about the history and local treats that make this area truly one-of-a-kind. Find out why John Quincey Adams called Newburyport home, and taste the reasons why he stayed.
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    Little Italy Food Tour

    Free Tours by Foot (MA)
    On this walking tour, emphasis is always placed on fresh ingredients, not fancy décor, to ensure you enjoy the best-tasting foods in comfortable, authentic settings. Sample pizza from shops specializing in thin crust and Sicilian and refresh yourself with the Polcari family's famous lemon slush, all before ending on a sweet note with a world famous cannoli! Explore the North End's famous Hanover Street down through quaint side streets on your way to various family owned shops, all of which have been serving their own secret recipes for generations. Pass by the country's oldest continuously operated restaurant as well as a tavern that used to be frequented by Paul Revere -- and even get to eat some pizza right outside his home while hearing stories of puritans and patriots from your expert guide. What a perfect combination of food and facts!
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    Fenway Neighborhood Food Tour

    Off the Beaten Path Food Tours
    The Fenway neighborhood food scene has exploded in the past couple of years. It's no longer just a destination for Red Sox games. There's true culinary talent in our midst. On this exciting Food Tour, we will visit a variety of iconic restaurants nearby and around Fenway Park. We'll learn about the history of the Citgo Sign to the Green Monster while munching on the best American eats in town from crepes to brown butter ice cream.
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    Union Square Food Tour

    Off the Beaten Path Food Tours
    Enjoy fun foodie adventure through Union Square, Somerville - a neighborhood like Brooklyn, NY that is bursting with culture, historical significance, and an exploding food scene! Home of the infamous Fluff Festival because marshmallow fluff was invented here, the quirky Union Square celebrates its diversity with many community events and festivals. Celebrating entrepreneurs of all kinds, there are lots of creative new concepts here. This historical area is home to the raising of the first American flag in 1776, allegedly by George Washington himself. We are excited to show you around! We will sample a diversity of foods from local favorites, ethnic restaurants, and hand-crafted specialty foods that are sure to wow.
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    Pizza and Historic Tavern Tour

    Boston Pizza Tours
    "One if by land, two if by sea." Add it up, and that's how many slices of pizza you'll be eating on this tour. If you don't take this for yourself, take it for Paul Revere. Combining a stroll through Boston's oldest neighborhoods with a ferry ride across Boston harbor, you'll enjoy three slices from the best pizza in the city, while also visiting two of Boston's most historic taverns. As you taste your way through the city, indulge in a drink or two at "Headquarters of the Revolution" and even stop by a tavern once visited by Mr. George Washington. That's 375 years of tavern history! Get ready to eat, drink, and be merry.
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    Jamaica Plain Food & Brewery Tour

    Off the Beaten Path Food Tours
    It's a known secret that Jamaica Plain -- or "JP" to the locals -- has some of the tastiest and freshest food in Boston, but it's a bit hidden from the "beaten path" destinations such as nearby Fenway Park. In fact, some JP residents want to keep it that way, and this tight-knit community is definitely keen on preserving the neighborly feel. Originally part of Roxbury, Jamaica Plain was first home to wealthy and middle class residents who wanted to summer or live outside of the city where they worked. Later on, JP has become very well known for America's First Craft Beer, Sam Adams, which is still brewed here today. On this exciting tour, you you will explore the popular Centre Street center of JP, which is chock full of delicious eats, and sample a variety of local, independent concepts often owned by JP residents themselves.
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    Harvard Square Food Tour

    Off the Beaten Path Food Tours
    Calling all foodies! Take a Food Tour neighborhood adventure in Harvard Square! Enjoy a delicious culinary adventure through historical Harvard Square. Hear interesting stories about the Square, learn fun facts about the places we visit, and sample the best and most interesting food around -- and a lot of it. Located right outside of Boston in Cambridge on the Red Line MBTA Train Stop, Harvard Square is home to Harvard University and also has a flourishing food scene with some of the best and most unique food in the city.
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    Davis Square Food Tour

    Off the Beaten Path Food Tours
    Davis Square is considered one of Boston's most diverse neighborhoods and best food scenes by all local food critics. You will sample innovative eats such as from the area's first oatmeal cafe as well as family recipes such as gyros and crepes packed with flavor. You may even get to try your hand at New England's candlepin bowling as we indulge in the area's favorite pizza. Wrap your day up with a sweet award-winning treat full of marshmallow fluff, which was invented in Somerville. And gain a dose of interesting story-telling from our awesome guides who know a ton about the area which was also a key town during the American Revolution.
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    Seafood and Chowda Tour

    Yummy Walks
    Boston: a city as famous for its chowder as it is for how it pronounces the word chowder, or rather, "chowda." The tour, full of "chowda," celebrates this famed type of soup emblazoned with the name of the region of New England. On this tour, there will be a variety of locally caught lobsters, and other varieties of seafood and shellfish for you to enjoy. You'll wander through the Seafood District and visit some of its most pervasive and well-known restaurants and shops. It is highly unlikely this tour will leave you hungry!
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    Foods of the Freedom Trail

    Yummy Walks
    Stroll through the historic sites of Boston for a walking tour that lets you experience both the culture and culinary aspects of the area. Prepare for 14 landmarks significant to the past of this historic location, and enjoy local delicacies of lobster bisque and Boston baked beans, among many others. Visit the site of the Brinks Robbery, famous Boston churches, cemeteries, and meeting halls. You'll learn all you need to know about Boston Common, the North End, and other unique Boston neighborhoods. Enjoy shopping, sightseeing, and eating generous portions of foods while you uncover hidden gems of this city on this food and walking tour. It is highly unlikely this tour will leave you hungry!
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